Blake Morgan’s tour with Tracy Bonham ends in Hollywood, but the beat goes on.

I could not think of a better pairing than Blake Morgan and Tracy Bonham.  That was evident last week at their final tour stop at Hollywood’s Hotel Café. The music was sublime, the stories were funny and the chemistry was perfect. It’s easy to see why the tour was sold out – twice.  So many Angelinos wanted tickets to see this New York combo that the original Second Stage on the Hotel ...[Read More]

Musical Magic in a power plant with Nancy Sanchez for Valentine’s

(Los Angeles) The Edison is one of LA’s more upscale and quirky music venues.  Designed by DTLA urban renewal developer  Andrew Meieran and run by the entertainment entrepreneur Barbara Jacobs, it is situated inside LA’s first privately-owned power plant, underground in the sub-basement of the Higgins Building, constructed in 1910. It retains parts of the generators and other mechanical marvels of...[Read More]

PST LA/LA concert at the Hollywood Bowl – three headliners, one message: Latin pride.

(Hollywood) Las familias lined up early at the entrance gates to the Hollywood Bowl Sunday night. Padres, madres, niños and niñas, abuellos and abuelas and many, many amigos and amigas.  Some carried picnic baskets and cold chests, some carried delicious smelling shopping bags, others were planning their orders of gourmet dinners and wine from the roving waiters inside. The air was filled with exc...[Read More]

Irene Diaz’s first show of the year: new band, new songs and much, much love

(Los Angeles) LA’s Queen of Love Songs, Irene Diaz, came back from touring and recording in Mexico with a new band, a fistful of new songs and a new musical attitude that filled the HiHat club in Highland park with wall-to-wall adoring fans. This was her first performance of the new year; she has been recording in Mexico City with Carla Morrison and producers Jando and Nyote, so there was a pent u...[Read More]

Ricky Lov kicks off the Living Gypset music series at Gibson Showcase in Beverly Hills

(Beverly Hills) Powerhouse Latin fusion music promoter Julieta Isela of The Living Sessions teamed up with Gypset Magazine publisher Diana Carolina last week to launch a dynamite music series, kicked off by LA-based Latin heart throb Ricky Lov  at the Gibson Guitar Showcase room. Performing before a packed and mostly Spanish-speaking audience, Lov previewed  his new single, Hershey and then rocked...[Read More]

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